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There’s No Bad Blood Between Us- Rich Mavoko On Relationship With Wasafi

Rich Mavoko
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Rich Mavoko
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Wasafi’s former disgruntled signee, Rich Mavoko, has said that he has no quarrels with Wasafi Records other than the normal industry disagreements.

“Najua watu wanashindwa kuelewa, sikuondoka kwa ugomvi kule hata kidogo ni mambo tu ya kawaida ya kimuziki lakini sina tatizo na yeyote yule.” he said.

Asked if he would work with Wasafi Records given a chance, Rich Mavoko said that he would gladly do it, as it is all business.

“Sina tatizo kabisa, tutakaa chini na kuzungumza si ni biashara tu?” he added.

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Mavoko revealed that his music has not changed at all since his disagreements with Wasafi  and neither has his style or fans.

He says that he is now signed elsewhere but is not ready to reveal yet as his new label does not want the attention.

The artist has released a number of singles: Ndegele, Hongera, Naogopa and Navumilia which have all done well.

Meanwhile, Wasafi DJ Romy Jones was recently asked why he does not play Mavoko’s songs and said that if it got enough rounds they would gladly play it.

“Sidhani kama kuna shida , kwa sababu tumepiga za Alikiba, na ommy dimpoz kwanini tusicheze za Rich mavoko ukiona haijachezwa basi ujue mzunguko wake haujafika tu. Mzunguko wake ukifika itachezwa na itabaki kuwa ile ni ya kwetu sote.” he answerwed.

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